During the 18th century, in America, Africans were treated as property. Accordingly, Africans could neither own nor patent their inventions
. What's worse, slaves had no legal rights to even the consciousness of their ideas. As a result, the slave masters of Africans were free to steal their slaves' ideas and inventions with practically no legal repercussions. Now fast-forward to the 21st century; though slavery has been illegal for a whole century and a half, and the descendants of slaves are now known as African Americans who are afforded certain legal protections, the stealing of African Americans' ideas and inventions still thrive today, not stolen by slave masters of the past, but by the descendants of slave masters who have now created elaborate larcenous systems under the guise of prestigious institutions and powerful corporations that are both owned and controlled by White people. In that ideas and inventions are still easily stolen in today's 21st century, some of these systems [such as search engines in how they catalog online content and trademark and copyright laws that allow unique content to be interchangeable] essentially create the conditions for such thefts to occur. And because trademark trashing on search engines and the annexing of neologisms and phrases in online marketplaces may play a fundamental role in how intellectual properties are either diluted, stolen, or hijacked, my objective is to hire a legal team to challenge search engines, online marketplaces, and individuals who I believe [out of spite] conspired to hijack and trash the trademark "leafBuilder" or annexed the phrase "money is power power is money" for financial gain. This particular undertaking will help send a vital message to institutions, corporations, and individuals alike that the days of cashing in on African Americans' ideas and inventions without their consent are taking a new direction. Likewise, these funds are required immediately. Your participation shall be [immensely] appreciated. Many thanks in advance for whatever you can give.